NETWORK CAMERA VB

NETWORK CAMERA VB
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Please read this Start Guide and Operation Guide carefully before using.
Be sure to read the “a Safety Precautions” section before using for proper
operation. Keep this guide in a readily accessible location for future reference.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing Canon Network Camera VB-C60/VB-C60B (hereafter referred to as
VB-C60).
The only difference between VB-C60 and VB-C60B is the body color.
This Start Guide describes how to set up and install VB-C60. The detailed procedures for using
VB-C60 are explained in the Operation Guide provided on the Setup CD-ROM. Read these guides
carefully before using VB-C60 to ensure that you make the best possible use of this product. Also, be
sure to read the “a Safety Precautions” in this guide.
For the latest information, please refer to Canon Web site.
Exclusion of Liability
If the Product is connected to a recording device, Canon Inc. shall not be responsible for
any financial losses that may be incurred as a result of the loss of recorded information or
images, regardless of the internal or external cause of the loss.
Copyright
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Videos, images or sounds recorded with your VB-C60 may not be utilized or published, without
consent of copyright holders, if any, except in such a way as permitted for personal use under the
relevant copyright law.
Notes
1. All rights reserved.
2. The contents of this guide are subject to change without any notice.
3. Every effort has been made to ensure that this guide is flawless. However, if you find any
errors, please contact us.
4. Notwithstanding the above, Canon shall not be responsible for any effects resulting from the
use of this guide.
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Notes on privacy and publicity rights regarding the utilization of video/audio
When using VB-C60 (for video or audio recording), it is the responsibility of the users to
take all care to protect privacy and avoid any violation of publicity rights. Canon shall have
no liability whatsoever in this regard.
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●Please be sure to gain approval of the building management office before installing a
camera, if copyrighted architectural structures or copyrighted premises are got into the
frame.
Legal Notice
In some countries or regions, monitoring via a camera is banned by the law or regulation,
and the law or regulation depends on the country or region.
Before using VB-C60, confirm the law or regulation of the country or region where the
camera is used.
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Introduction
Trademark Notice
●Canon and the Canon logo are registered trademarks of Canon Inc.
●Microsoft, Windows and Microsoft Internet Explorer are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
●Windows is legally recognized as the Microsoft Windows Operating System.
●Other brands or product names in this guide are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.
WARNING : To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or
moisture.
Use of Bundled Software “VK-Lite” (Disclaimer)
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Malfunction, failure of VK-Lite or other factors may cause problems, such as recording
failure, recorded data corruption or loss. Canon shall have no liability whatsoever for any
loss or damages incurred by the user as a result of such problems.
■ European Union (and EEA) only.
These symbols indicate that this product is not to be disposed
of with your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive
(2002/96/EC), the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) and/or your
national laws implementing those Directives.
This product should be handed over to a designated collection
point, e.g., on an authorized one-for-one basis when you buy
a new similar product or to an authorized collection site for recycling waste electrical and
electronic equipment (EEE) and batteries and accumulators. Improper handling of this
type of waste could have a possible impact on the environment and human health due to
potentially hazardous substances that are generally associated with EEE.
Your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute to the effective
usage of natural resources.
For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city
office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or
visit www.canon-europe.com/environment.
(EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
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Introduction
MPEG-4
NOTICE ABOUT THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD: THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED
UNDER THE MPEG-4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL
AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODING VIDEO IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD (“MPEG-4 VIDEO”) AND/OR
(ii) DECODING MPEG-4 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED
IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR
SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION INCLUDING
THAT RELATING TO PROMOTIONAL, INTERNAL AND COMMERCIAL USES AND
ADDITIONAL LICENSING MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, LLC. SEE HTTP://
WWW.MPEGLA.COM.
This product is licensed under AT&T patents for the MPEG-4 standard and may be used
for encoding MPEG-4 compliant video and/or decoding MPEG-4 compliant video that was
encoded only (1) for a personal and non-commercial purpose or (2) by a video provider
licensed under the AT&T patents to provide MPEG-4 compliant video. No license is granted
or implied for any other use for MPEG-4 standard.
Third Party’s Software
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The product (network camera and bundled VK-Lite viewer) contains third party’s software
modules. For detail information, please refer to ReadMe-E.txt on the supplied CD-ROM.
Each module’s license conditions are also available in the License folder on the same
CD-ROM.
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Software under GPL and LGPL
If you would like to obtain the source code under GPL/LGPL, please contact the dealer,
where you purchased the product, or a sales agent.
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Contents
Introduction ...................................................................................................... ii
Contents ........................................................................................................... v
Package Contents .......................................................................................... vii
User’s Manual ........................................................................................................... viii
How to Read This Guide ................................................................................. ix
Icons ........................................................................................................................... ix
Safety Precautions .......................................................................................... x
Maintenance ............................................................................................................. xvi
Chapter 1 Before Using VB-C60
Features ......................................................................................................... 1-2
Bundled Software ......................................................................................... 1-5
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VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0 ....................................................................................... 1-5
VBAdmin Tools Ver. 4.0 ........................................................................................... 1-5
VB-C60 Viewer Ver. 1.0 ........................................................................................... 1-5
Network Video Recorder VK-Lite v2.0 ..................................................................... 1-6
Operating Environment ................................................................................ 1-9
VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0, VBAdmin Tools Ver. 4.0, VB-C60 Viewer Ver. 1.0 ........ 1-9
Network Video Recorder VK-Lite v2.0 ..................................................................... 1-9
Notes on Operating Environment .............................................................. 1-10
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Windows Vista/XP .................................................................................................. 1-10
Windows Server 2003 ............................................................................................ 1-10
Windows Vista ........................................................................................................ 1-11
System Components and Operation ......................................................... 1-13
Options ........................................................................................................ 1-15
Ceiling Mount Cover SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB ........................................................ 1-15
Indoor Dome Housing VB-RD51S-C/S .................................................................. 1-15
AC Adapter PA-V17 ............................................................................................... 1-16
VK-Lite Additional Viewer License ......................................................................... 1-16
Network Video Recorder VK-64/VK-16 v2.0 .......................................................... 1-17
Chapter 2 Initial Setting and Installation
Setup Procedure ........................................................................................... 2-2
Step1 Software Installation .......................................................................... 2-4
Installing Software .................................................................................................... 2-4
Step2 Connection to the Network ............................................................... 2-6
Connecting to the Network ....................................................................................... 2-6
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Step3 Initial Setting ...................................................................................... 2-9
Initial Setting ............................................................................................................ 2-9
Viewing Image ....................................................................................................... 2-12
Step4 Camera Installation .......................................................................... 2-14
Setting at Upright Position ..................................................................................... 2-14
Ceiling-Mounting with Ceiling Mount Cover SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB (Option) ...... 2-15
Ceiling-Mounting with Dome Housing VB-RD51S-C/S (Option) ............................ 2-19
Chapter 3 Appendix
Dimensions ................................................................................................... 3-2
VB-C60/VB-C60B .................................................................................................... 3-2
Ceiling Mount Cover SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB (Option) ............................................ 3-2
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Indoor Dome Housing VB-RD51S-C/S (Option) ...................................................... 3-2
Specifications ............................................................................................... 3-3
Built-In Terminal ............................................................................................ 3-5
External Device I/O Terminal ................................................................................... 3-5
Audio I/O Terminal ................................................................................................... 3-7
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Package Contents
A VB-C60 package contains following items. If any of these items are missing, please contact the
retailer, where you purchased the product.
1. VB-C60 main unit
2. Power Connector
3. Rubber Foot (Four)
[VB-C60/VB-C60B main unit]
4. Setup CD-ROM
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5. Start Guide (This guide)
6. Warranty Card (NTSC only)
Setup CD-ROM Contents
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ReadMe-J.txt
: Notes not included in this guide (in Japanese)
ReadMe-E.txt
: Notes not included in this guide (in English)
MANUAL
: Folder containing instruction manuals (in English and Japanese) other than
VBTools
: Folder for bundled software installers (see below) *
this guide *
VBToolsInstall.exe : VB Initial Setting Tool installer and VBAdmin Tools installer *
VKLiteInstall.exe
: VK-Lite installer *
LICENSE
: Folder containing the licenses for built-in software and bundled VK-Lite
SOUND
: Folder containing sample files for audio playback
* For the latest information, please refer to Canon Web site.
Note
VB-C60B is a black-color version of VB-C60. It is strongly recommended to use
VB-C60B when using an optional Indoor Dome Housing (➝ P.1-15), so that the camera’s
lens ring (lens frame) reflects off the dome’s inner surface less than VB-C60.
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Package Contents
User’s Manual
VB-C60 comes with two guides; “Start Guide” (this guide) and “Operation Guide” (on supplied
Setup CD-ROM).
Start Guide
Operation Guide (VBC60OG_E.pdf)
Start Guide explains the safety
precautions, the types of bundled
software, the system requirements, and
the software installation instruction, the
initial setting and mounting procedures
for VB-C60.
Operation Guide explains how to configure
the basic settings for VB-C60, how to use
VBAdmin Tools and VB-C60 Viewer, and
troubleshooting tips.
Sections where the user should refer to the
Operation Guide are indicated by the d
icon accompanied by the relevant page
number.
The Operation Guide is contained in the
Setup CD-ROM.
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The Setup CD-ROM also contains “VK-Lite”, a simplified version of the Network Video Recorder
(→ P.1-6). The instruction manuals below are provided for VK-Lite.
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Setup Guide
(VK20SUG_E.pdf)
Administrator’s Manual
(VK20AM_E.pdf)
Viewer Operation Guide
(VK20VOG_E.pdf)
Setup Guide provides
notes for using VK-Lite,
the system requirements,
system configuration,
installation instruction and
setup procedures.
Administrator’s Manual
provides details of how to
use VK-Lite. Be sure to
read this manual before
use.
Viewer Operation Guide is
the operation guide for
VK-Lite Viewer. For
detailed information on
how to use VK-Lite
Viewer, refer to the
“Administrator’s Manual”.
How to Read This Guide
Icons
Following icons are used to draw reader’s attention to particularly important text in this guide.
The screenshots in Start Guide and Operation Guide are taken in Windows Vista. However, those
screenshots will be the same as those taken in Windows XP, unless explicitly indicated otherwise.
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Note
Tip
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Explanation
Important information that must be observed or actions that are prohibited during
an operation. These notes must be read to prevent the equipment from possible
faults or damage.
Supplementary information or a reference to the operation. Users are recommended
to read these memos.
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Please refer to Operation Guide on supplied Setup CD-ROM.
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a Safety Precautions
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A triangle with an exclamation mark is intended to alert to users the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the equipment.
a Important Warnings
a CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
A serial number is printed on the bottom of VB-C60, which is a unique number
assigned to each camera.
You should record the number and other vital information here and retain this book
as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in case of theft.
Date of Purchase
Dealer Purchased from
Dealer Address
Dealer Phone No.
Model No. VB-C60
Serial No.
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For optional PA-V17 Users in the UK
When replacing the fuse only a correctly rated approved type should be used and
be sure to re-fit the fuse cover.
The AC adapter can be connected to VB-C60 from a standard AC power outlet.
Please check your instruction manual to make sure that your VB-C60 is compatible
with this adapter.
– The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and should be easily
accessible.
– Unplug the equipment from the wall outlet before cleaning or maintaining.
a Important Operational Instructions
a WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
a CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK AND TO REDUCE ANNOYING
INTERFERENCE, USE THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES ONLY.
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a Safety Precautions
a WARNING:
Please contact the dealer where you purchased the camera, for installation and checkups.
● The place or ceiling, to which a camera is installed, should be strong enough to
bear the weight of the camera plus its optional products, including Ceiling Mount
Cover and Indoor Dome Housing. Be sure to reinforce the ceiling as needed.
● Please be sure to regularly check for rust on screws and brackets and for screw
loose, to avoid injuries or damages to the camera caused by camera falling.
● It is not recommended to install the camera to places with heavy vibration. It
may cause mechanical problems.
FDA regulation
This Network Camera has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use as
a medical device. When incorporated into a system with medical applications, FDA regulations may
apply. Therefore, please consult your legal advisor to determine whether FDA regulations apply.
FCC NOTICE
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Network Camera, Model Name: VB-C60
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC
Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the
manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop
operation of the equipment.
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
Tel No. (516) 328-5600
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Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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a Safety Precautions
a IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
In these safety instructions, the word
“equipment” refers to the Canon Network
Camera VB-C60 and all its accessories.
1. Read Instructions - All the safety and
operating instructions should be read before
the equipment is operated.
2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future
reference.
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the
equipment and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
5. Cleaning - Unplug this equipment from the
wall outlet before cleaning.
Wipe the equipment with a clean soft cloth. If
necessary, put a cloth in diluted neutral
detergent and wring it well before wiping the
equipment with it. Finally, clean the
equipment with a clean dry cloth. Do not use
benzene, thinner or other volatile liquids or
pesticides as they may damage the product’s
finish. When using chemically-treated
cleaning cloths, observe those precautions
accordingly.
6. Accessories - Do not use accessories not
recommended in this guide as they may be
hazardous. Always use specified connection
cables. Connect devices correctly.
7. Water and Moisture - Hazard of electric shock
- Do not use the equipment near water or in
rainy/moist situations. Do not put a heater
near this equipment.
8. Power Sources - The PA-V17 AC adapter
(option) should be operated only from the type
of power source indicated on the marking label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supply to
your home, consult your equipment dealer or
local power company.
9. Polarization - The PA-V17 AC adapter (option)
is equipped with a polarized 2-prong plug (a plug
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10. Power Cord Protection - Power cords should
be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon
or against them. Pay particular attention to
plugs and the point from which the cords exit
the equipment.
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4. Follow Instructions - All operating and
maintenance instructions should be followed.
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having one blade wider than the other).
The 2-prong polarized plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug
fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If
the plug still fails to fit, contact your electrician
to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
11. Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets and
extension cords as this can result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
12. Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects
of any kind into this equipment through
openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Be careful
not to spill liquid of any kind onto the
equipment.
13. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this
equipment yourself as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified personnel.
14. Damage Requiring Service - Disconnect this
equipment from the wall outlet and all power
sources including batteries, and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions.
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
b. If any liquid has been spilled onto, or
objects have fallen into, the equipment.
c. If the equipment has been exposed to rain
or water.
d. If the equipment does not operate normally
even if you follow the operating instructions.
a Safety Precautions
Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operation instructions. Improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore
the equipment to its normal operation.
e. If the equipment has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the equipment exhibits a distinct
change in performance. This indicates a
need for service.
15. Do not install the equipment in the following
locations as this can cause a fire or electric
shock:
- Hot locations
- Close to a fire
- Very humid or dusty locations
- Locations exposed to direct sunlight
- Locations exposed to salt spray
- Close to flammable solvents (alcohol,
thinners, etc.)
17. Please observe the following when using the
equipment. Failure to do so can result in a
fire or electric shock.
- Do not use flammable sprays near the
equipment.
- Do not subject the equipment to strong
impacts.
18. Make sure the power line and network cable
are implemented in a safe manner
accordingly to the related technical
regulations.
19. Please avoid shooting against sunlight,
halogen lights and other high-intensity light
sources. Otherwise, it would damage the
camera.
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20. This installation should be made by a qualified
service person and should confirm to all local
codes.
16. When any of the following occurs,
immediately switch off the equipment, unplug
it from the main power supply and contact
your nearest Canon supplier. Do not continue
to use the equipment as this can cause a fire
or electric shock.
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- The equipment emits any smoke, heat,
abnormal noise, or unusual odor.
- A metal object falls into the equipment.
- The equipment is damaged in some way.
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a Safety Precautions
Notes on bundled VK-Lite, Motion Detection, Automatic
Tracking, Stream for Recording and Image Stabilizer
a CAUTION:
● Do not use Motion Detection (→ dOperation Guide, P.2-27), Automatic Tracking
(→ dOperation Guide, P.1-31), Stream for Recording (→ dAdministrator’s
Manual, P.95), Image Stabilizer (→ dOperation Guide, P.1-16) or VK-Lite
recording software (→ P.1-6) for surveillance, where high standards of reliability
are required at all times. Canon accepts no liability whatsoever for any problems
that arise as a result of the operation of Motion Detection, Automatic Tracking
or the VK-Lite recording software.
● Automatic Tracking detects any change in an image in the frame, and then the
camera changes its direction to the subject. This function is not to track multiple
moving subjects in the frame or subjects with complex movement, so it is not
suitable for automated surveillance, such as auto tracking of people or other
moving subjects. Please use this function as a supplementary tool for camera
control.
● Image Stabilizer corrects image blur caused by camera shake due to small
vibration on the ceiling, shaking of the mounting pole etc. However, image blur
caused by some factors is not corrected, such as instantaneous shake or
vibration that exceeds a certain level. While the Image Stabilizer is being
activated, the image quality may decline to some extent and the view angle may
be narrower. So, please carefully check the performance before installing the
camera.
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Usage Notice of Audio
a CAUTION:
● The audio and video may be out of sync.
● The audio may be interrupted according to the performance of your PC and the
network environment.
● You can send audio and video to up to 30 clients. However, if there are a large
number of clients connecting to one camera, the audio may be interrupted.
● The audio may be interrupted on the PC where antivirus software is running.
● Once the LAN cable is unplugged from the camera and plugged again, the audio
will be disconnected. In such case, reconnect to the camera from the viewer.
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a Safety Precautions
Notes on PoE HUB
a CAUTION:
● Use the PoE HUB or Midspan which is compliant with IEEE802.3af and has been
confirmed for the interoperability with the camera.
● Do not touch the tip of the LAN cable with a wet
hand.
● When a PoE HUB and an AC adapter (option) are
both connected to the camera, the PoE-supplied
power is used while it is activated, and the power
from the AC adapter is not used.
● Although some PoE HUBs can limit the current used by each port, limiting may
prevent the camera from operating correctly. In this case, do not limit the current
for the port used by the camera.
● Some PoE HUBs have a limit on the total current consumption of the ports and
using multiple ports of a single hub may prevent the camera from operating
correctly. Check the manual of the PoE HUB used.
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LAN cable
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PoE HUB
Max. 100m
LAN cable
HUB
Midspan
(LAN cable power supply device)
VB-C60
* Like PoE HUB, Midspan (LAN cable power supply device) supplies power to a
camera via a LAN cable.
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a Safety Precautions
Maintenance
Be sure to turn the power off before maintenance (➝ P.2-7).
Cleaning the Equipment
1. Carefully wipe the surface with a soft cloth dampened
with water or a solution of mild detergent
2. Wipe with dry cloth
Cleaning the Lens
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Clean the lens surface with a commercial lens cleaner.
● The AF may not function correctly if dust or dirt is on the lens surface.
● Scratches on the lens surface can cause video defects.
Cleaning the Optional Indoor Dome Housing
The dome should be cleaned regularly because the video quality may get deteriorated if the
surface of the dome is dirty.
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1. Remove the dome as directed in Steps 9 and 10 in page 2-22
2. Carefully wipe the dome with a soft cloth dampened with water or a solution
of mild detergent
3. Wipe with dry cloth
4. Attach the dome as directed in Steps 9 and 10 in page 2-22
● Please be sure to regularly check for rust on screws and brackets and for screw loose,
to avoid injuries or damages to the camera caused by camera falling. Contact the local
dealer where you purchased the product, for checkups.
Maintenance for Optional Ceiling Mount Cover
● Please be sure to regularly check for rust on screws and brackets and for screw loose,
to avoid injuries or damages to the camera caused by camera falling. Contact the local
dealer where you purchased the product, for checkups.
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Before Using VB-C60
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This chapter describes features, the bundled software, the
operating environment and the names and functions of the
system components.
Features
VB-C60 is a compact network camera, equipped with both camera and server functionalities.
40x Optical AF Zoom Lens and Pan / Tilt Control
Equipped with a 40x optical (and digital 4x) high-magnification zoom lens, VB-C60 is ideal for a
wide variety of video surveillance applications, such as indoors including retails and offices, as
well as parking lots, manufacturing plants and other indoors. Moreover, a combination of the
auto-focus and the pan / tilt control that move the camera right to left, up and down, makes it easy
to adjust the angle of view upon a camera installation. Also, it effectively works to control cameras
at distant locations when monitoring remote places.
High-Quality Video of Moving Subjects
VB-C60 utilizes the progressive-scan CCD to allow capturing noise-less high quality video of
even moving subjects.
Color Video at 0.7 lux and Auto Day / Night Capability
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VB-C60 is capable of capturing color images of subject with brightness as low as 0.7 lux (1/30
sec.). In addition, the auto Day / Night capability* (→ dOperation Guide P.1-16) switches
automatically between color video in bright daylight conditions and black & white video in dark
nighttime conditions. These features make VB-C60 ideal for video monitoring of locations with
variable lighting.
* Operation of the Day / Night switching function should be tested thoroughly before use.
Simultaneous Distribution of JPEG and MPEG-4
VB-C60 utilizes JPEG/MPEG-4 for video compression, providing high-quality video at a high
frame rate of up to 30 fps*1 in VGA (640 × 480). VB-C60 is also capable of distributing video to up
to 30 clients*2 simultaneously.
*1 The frame rate may decrease depending on the performance of the Viewer PC, the number of
simultaneously connected clients and the amount of network traffic.
*2 Up to 10 simultaneous clients in MPEG-4 format.
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Multisize Image Distribution
VB-C60 enables to distribute images in three sizes simultaneously (640 × 480, 320 × 240, 160 ×
120) in JPEG format.
Smart Shade Control
Smart Shade Control improves the brightness of shaded subjects with maintaining the brightness
of brighter subjects in the same frame. When shooting a shaded main subject with a bright
background, the shade control effectively works to make the shaded subject brighter and easier
to see, with mainlining the bright background. Unlike backlight compensation, Smart Shade Control
adjusts darker areas with maintaining the brightness of the brighter areas, so the background
image remains clear without “blown-out” (→ dOperation Guide P.3-28).
Three Metering Modes for Various Shooting Conditions
VB-C60 offers 3 choices of metering modes*:“Center-Weighted”, “Average” or “Spot”, which can
be switched depending on the shooting condition (→ dOperation Guide P.3-25).
* Methods for measuring brightness (amount of light) of subjects to set the exposure.
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Features
Image Stabilizer
Before Using VB-C60
Image Stabilizer effectively works to compensate for image blur caused by shaking of cameras
mounted on the ceiling, a pole or other places with vibration.
* Image Stabilizer cannot correct image blur caused by instantaneous shake or vibration that
exceeds a certain level. While Image Stabilizer is being activated, the image quality declines
and the angle of view becomes narrower.
Motion Detection
VB-C60 is capable of uploading images, notifying via e-mail and playing audio by detecting changes
in video caused by subject’s movement.
Upload and E-mail Notification
With a motion detection event or an external device input event as a trigger, VB-C60 uploads
images, which was buffered in the camera, to a specified destination via FTP, HTTP or SMTP (email), as well as notifies events using HTTP or SMTP (e-mail).
Panorama Image Creation
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The entire area covered by the camera can be registered in the viewer as a panorama image and
then used for camera control. Preset ranges can then easily be set visually using a registered
panorama image.
Install-Less VB-C60 Viewer
Since VB-C60 is equipped with built-in VB-C60 Viewer, you don’t need to install any viewer
application. Three user authority levels are available: Administrator, Authorized Users and Guest
Users.
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Two-Way Audio (Full Duplex)
You can send and receive audio (full duplex) via viewers by connecting the camera with an
amplifier microphone or a speaker with amplifier*. Both LINE IN and MIC IN are available for
audio input, which can be switched in the setting page.
* Microphones and speakers are sold separately.
Upright Position and Ceiling-Mounted Position
VB-C60 can be placed in an upright position or mounted on the ceiling by simply changing the
setting (→ dOperation Guide P.1-17).
* The camera should not be installed in locations subject to direct sunlight, high temperatures,
high humidity, or other adverse conditions (→ P.xiii).
For ceiling mounted installation, an optional Indoor Dome Housing or Ceiling Mount Cover is
available (→ P.1-15).
PoE
PoE allows the use of a single LAN cable connected to a PoE* HUB (→ P.xv) to both power the
camera and transfer video and audio data. There is no need of additional electrical constructions
once you connect the camera to a PoE HUB.
* PoE stands for Power over Ethernet, which is compliant with the IEEE 802.3af standard by the
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Maximum length of LAN cable to connect the
camera and the PoE HUB is 100 m (→ P.xv).
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Features
Suitable for Various Installation Environments
The optional Indoor Dome Housing and Ceiling Mount Cover are available for ceiling mounted
installations (→ P.1-15). There are two types of the dome housing. One is “Smoked”, which
enables you to monitor without drawing people’s attention. The other is “Clear”, which makes
people more aware of presence of the camera, as well as protects from dusts.
Small-Scale Video Monitoring with Simplified Recording Software “VK-Lite”
“VK-Lite”, a simplified version of optional software “Network Video Recorder VK-64/VK-16 v.2.0”
(→ P.1-6), is supplied with VB-C60. The VK-Lite allows recording and displaying live video from
up to 4 cameras, which enables you to build a small-scale video surveillance system.
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Bundled Software
The software listed below is bundled with VB-C60.
For the latest information, please refer to Canon Web site.
Before Using VB-C60
VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0 (→ P.2-9)
VB Initial Setting Tool is for initial settings of the camera.
The tool is available on the Setup CD-ROM (→ P.2-4).
Only the administrator needs to install this software.
VBAdmin Tools Ver. 4.0 (→ dOperation Guide P.2-2)
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VBAdmin Tools are for creating panorama images and
visually setting view restriction areas and preset positions
using the panorama image. You can also set for motion
detection and display logs. The tools are available on the
Setup CD-ROM (→ P.2-4).
Only the administrator needs to install this software.
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VB-C60 Viewer Ver. 1.0 (→ dOperation Guide P.3-2)
VB-C60 Viewer is to view video shot by VB-C60 and to
control the camera. Three user authority levels are
available: “Administrator”, “Authorized Users” and “Guest
Users”. VB-C60 Viewer is a built-in viewer, which doesn’t
need to be installed. The viewer can display JPEG video,
but you need to install VK-Lite Viewer (→ P.1-6) to view
MPEG-4 video.
Note
Tip
If you use VB-C60 together with VB-C300 or VB-C50 series, firstly install the VBAdmin
Tools for VB-C50 series, then VB-C300, and finally install the VBAdmin Tools bundled
with VB-C60.
Once VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0 is installed, it can also be used for VB-C300 and
VB-C50 series.
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Bundled Software
Network Video Recorder VK-Lite v2.0 (→ dSetup Guide)
“VK-Lite v2.0”, a simplified version of the optional software
“Network Video Recorder VK-64/VK-16 v2.0” (→ P.1-17),
is bundled with VB-C60. VK-Lite consists of two software
applications described below.
VK-Lite Software Configuration
Type
Description
VK-Lite Storage Server
- Up to 4 cameras can be registered.
1 license
- Recording video from registered cameras
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- Up to 4 cameras can be registered.
- Playing recorded video, stored on the storage
server
- Displaying live video (JPEG/MPEG-4)
VK-Lite Viewer
License
1 license
The VK-Lite storage server and VK-Lite Viewer can also be installed and run on the same PC. VK-Lite
Viewer can also be used independently, without being connected to a VK-Lite storage server.
Example of VK-Lite Storage Server and VK-Lite
Viewer configuration
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Example of configuration with VK-Lite
Viewer only
VK-Lite Storage Server
VK-Lite Viewer
VK-Lite Viewer
Following cameras can also be registered to VK-Lite.
Supported Camera
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VB-C60/VB-C60B, VB-C300/VB-C300B
VB-C50i/VB-C50iR, VB-C50FSi, VB-C50Fi
Note
To add VK-Lite Viewer, you need to purchase an optional “VK-Lite Additional Viewer
License”.
Tip
If you use VB-C60 together with VB-C300 or VB-C50 series, it is more convenient to
install and use VK-Lite Viewer.
Bundled Software
Main Functional Limitations in VK-Lite and VK-64/VK-16
Main functional limitations
VK-Lite v2.0
VK-64/VK-16 v2.0
Max. number of cameras
4
64/16
Recording format
JPEG
JPEG
MPEG-4
Normal Schedule recording
(Continuous recording)
Manual recording
Normal Schedule recording
(Continuous recording,
Sensor event recording,
Motion detection recording)
Special Day Schedule recording
Manual recording
Storage server
Viewer
Recording mode
Before Using VB-C60
Type
Camera connection
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Max. recording frame rate
5 fps
30 fpc*1
Max. retained history of recorded video
12 weeks (90 days)
999 weeks*1
Registration of multiple storage servers*2
-
✔
Max. number of video windows on the viewer
8 or less is recommended
Unlimited*1
Layout Sequences*3
-
✔
*1 Operational limits apply depending on the number of cameras, the PC performance and hard
disk capacity, and the amount of network traffic.
*2 In case of using VK-64/VK-16 with multiple storage servers, you can unify management of
cameras registered to each storage server and the recorded data, if you set one master storage
server.
When connecting to each storage server using VK-Lite viewer, you need to switch connection
one by one.
*3 Layout Sequences is a function to switch displayed viewer windows at set intervals.
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Tip
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For more information on how to use VK-Lite and its functional limitations, refer to the
VK software instruction manuals (→ d“Setup Guide” and “Administrator’s Manual”).
You cannot register multiple storage servers to VK-Lite, but can register multiple
VK-Lite servers to optional “VK-64 Viewer”. This allows up to 10 VK-Lite storage
servers to be centrally managed and operated.
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Bundled Software
Comparison between Two Viewers
VB-C60 has two viewers. The main differences between those two viewers are as follows.
Viewer
Live video display
Audio
VB-C60 Viewer
JPEG
Receive audio from VB-C60
(one-way communication)
VK-Lite Viewer
JPEG/MPEG-4
Send and receive audio
(two-way communication)
VB-C60 Viewer audio reception (one-way communication)
VB-C60
VB-C60 Viewer
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JPEG
Microphone
Network
(Sold separately)
Audio
Speaker
Audio from a microphone connected to VB-C60 can be heard through the
Viewer’s speaker.
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VK-Lite Viewer audio transmission/reception (two-way communication)
VB-C60
Microphone
(Sold separately)
Speaker
VK-Lite Viewer
JPEG/MPEG-4
Microphone
Network
Audio
Speaker
(Sold separately)
Audio can be transmitted and received between VB-C60 and the Viewer.
PCs, speakers and microphones are sold separately.
Tip
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Operating Environment
For the latest information, please refer to Canon Web site.
VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0, VBAdmin Tools Ver. 4.0, VB-C60 Viewer Ver. 1.0
Viewer Display
Audio
Windows Vista Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/Ultimate (SP1)/Internet Explorer 7.0
Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition (SP2)/Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP2) or 7.0
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (SP2)/Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP2) or 7.0
Windows XP Professional (SP3)/Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP3) or 7.0
Before Using VB-C60
Operating System/
Web Browser
A high-resolution monitor with an effective display area of at least
1024 × 768 is recommended for the VB-C60 Viewer.
To use camera’s audio functions, PC with audio capability is required.
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Network Video Recorder VK-Lite v2.0
CPU
Pentium 4 2.2 GHz or faster
For MPEG-4, Pentium 4 3.4 GHz or faster
Windows Vista Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/Ultimate (SP1)*1
Operating System
Memory
Hard Disk
Viewer Display
Audio
Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition (SP2)
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (SP2)
Windows XP Professional (SP3)
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1GB or more
Storage Server: Minimum 20 GB (NTFS format)*2
Viewer: Minimum 2 GB
1024 × 768 or higher resolution for the effective display area
Color display of 16 bits or more
A high performance video card is preferable. With PCI video cards,
display performance may be declined.
To use camera’s audio functions from the Viewer and enable the
warning tones used for event notification, PC with audio capability is
required.
*1 Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows Vista are supported. Only the 32-bit editions of other
operating systems are supported.
*2 External hard disk drives are not available.
Optional VK-64/VK-16 v2.0 is not compatible with Windows Vista Home Premium.
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Notes on Operating Environment
Windows Vista/XP
If you start up VB Initial Setting Tool on Windows Vista/XP, the Windows Security Alert dialog may
appear. If the dialog appears, click “Unblock”. Once you click “Unblock”, the dialog box will not be
displayed again.
Windows Server 2003
With Windows Server 2003, the default security level for the Internet or intranet sites in Internet
Explorer is “High”. As a result, windows such as the settings window do not function normally
unless you first register the site in the contents block dialog box that appears when you access
the camera’s top page (→ P.2-12). Register the site to ensure normal functioning.
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1. When you access the camera’s top page via
Internet Explorer, the dialog box appears
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2. Click “Add”, then the trusted sites dialog box
appears
If the box for “Require server verification (https:) for
all sites in this zone” is ticked, remove the tick.
3. Enter your camera’s IP address in the “Add this Web site to the zone” column
and then click “Add” to register the camera as a trusted site
For more information on registering trusted sites, click “Learn more about Internet Explorer’s
Enhanced Security Configuration...” in the dialog box in step 1 and refer to the summary
provided.
If you have enabled the Windows firewall settings, please refer to the “Windows Vista/XP” and
follow the instructions.
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Notes on Operating Environment
Windows Vista
When you use VB-C60 and VK-Lite on Windows Vista Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/
Ultimate, following functional limitations apply.
Warning dialog appeared when opening the Storage Server Configuration dialog
If User Account Control is enabled on Windows Vista, the User Account Control dialog will
appear when you launch the Storage Server Configuration tool. Click “Continue” to launch the
Storage Server Configuration tool.
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Before Using VB-C60
Recording Software VK-Lite v2.0
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Notes on Operating Environment
Storage location of recorded video
On Windows Vista, snap shots and video files cannot be saved into the Windows folder or the
Program Files folder on the system drive.
Shadow Backup
You cannot use shadow backup of Windows Vista. So, if once you delete a configuration file of
VK-Lite, you cannot restore the file with shadow backup.
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System Components and Operation
Front
Lens
40x optical AF zoom lens with 56°
horizontal field of view
Before Using VB-C60
Camera head
Head arm
LED
The LED lights in blue.
• On - When the power is turned on, the
camera is rebooted, or while the
power is on.
• Off - When LED is set to “Turn Off”
(→dOperation Guide P.1-17).
* Even when the LED is set to “Turn Off”, it
lights for several seconds and then turns
off when the power supply is turned on or
VB-C60 is rebooted.
Rear
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Power connection socket (P.2-8)
Audio input terminal (LINE IN and MIC
IN) (P.3-7)
Audio output terminal (LINE OUT) (P.3-7)
External device I/O terminal (P.3-5)
Reset switch
You can initialize all settings other than the
date and time by pressing this button with a
pointed implement while turning on the
power switch, and then keeping the button
pressed for another 5 seconds or more.
100BT LAN connector
100 Base-TX compatible
(compliant with IEEE 802.3af)
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System Components and Operation
Bottom
The MAC address and serial number required for the network settings are printed on the bottom
of the camera. Make a note of them before installing the camera.
Screw hole for Ceiling
Bracket
Used for the in-ceiling bracket
of an optional Indoor Dome
Housing or the ceiling
mounting bracket of a Ceiling
Mount Cover.
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Serial No.
Camera’s serial number is
printed here.
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Safety wire anchoring point
If the camera is installed on the
ceiling using an optional Indoor
Dome Housing or Ceiling
Mount Cover, attach the safety
wire included in the bundled
options.
Screw hole for tripod mounting
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MAC address
Unique address to this
camera. Please make a note
before installing this unit (→
P.2-9).
Options
Please purchase optional components separately as required.
Ceiling Mount Cover SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB
Using example
Before Using VB-C60
Optional Ceiling Mount Cover is available for VB-C60 only. Two colors are available, Silver
(SS60-S-VB) or Black (SS60-B-VB), for use with VB-C60 (silver) and VB-C60B (black) respectively.
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Indoor Dome Housing VB-RD51S-C/S
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Optional Indoor Dome Housing is available for VB-C60 only. The dome is available in Clear
(VB-RD51S-C) and Smoked (VB-RD51S-S). The dome can be inset into the ceiling for a sleek
and stylish installation.
Using example
Smoked type (VB-RD51S-S)
• Light transmittance: approx. 50%
• Minimum subject illumination:
Day mode: 1.4 lux
(1/30 sec., color)
Night mode: 0.4 lux
(1/30 sec., monochrome)
(→ P.3-3)
The figure shows the Clear dome.
Note
● It is strongly recommended to use VB-C60B when using a dome housing, since the
camera’s lens ring (lens frame) reflects off the dome’s inner surface less than VB-C60.
● When using a camera with a dome housing, the viewing angle is a little wider than
normal.
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Options
AC Adapter PA-V17
Optional AC adapter PA-V17 is available for VB-C60 only. Use the AC adapter when the PoE
HUB or external power supply is not used.
VK-Lite Additional Viewer License
VK-Lite additional Viewer License is a license for additional viewers, which is required for each
PC where VK-Lite Viewer is installed. For example, you need to purchase the licenses for a
monitoring system, where users use multiple viewers at multiple locations to monitor the video.
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Options
Network Video Recorder VK-64/VK-16 v2.0
VK-64/VK-16 is for viewing and recording video distributed from network cameras. It is useful
when using multiple network cameras.
Note
Tip
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Before Using VB-C60
VK-64/VK-16 Screen Example
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VB-C60 is not supported by the older versions of VK-64/VK-16. If using an older
version, you need to upgrade VK-64/VK-16 to the latest version. Visit Canon Web
site for the details.
“VK-Lite”, a simplified version of “VK-64/VK-16 v2.0”, is bundled with VB-C60 (→
P.1-6). Up to 4 cameras can be registered to VK-Lite.
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Chapter
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Initial Setting and
Installation
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This chapter explains how to install a camera.
First, install required software from the Setup CD-ROM. Then
connect the camera to the network and carry out the initial
settings. Check the image on VB-C60 Viewer and then install
the camera.
Please set the camera IP
address before installing the
camera.
Setup Procedure
Step1 Software Installation
Insert bundled Setup CD-ROM into the PC and install the software (→ P.2-4).
PC
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Bundled Setup CD-ROM
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Step2 Connection to the Network
Connect a camera and PC to the network (→ P.2-6).
If you are using a PoE HUB or Midspan, contact your Canon sales representative.
VB-C60
LAN cable
PC
PoE HUB
The illustration shows the camera connected via a PoE HUB.
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Setup Procedure
Step4 Camera Installation
Place or install the camera securely
(→ P.2-14).
Initial Setting and Installation
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The illustration shows an installation
example using optional Ceiling
Mount Cover.
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Step3 Initial Setting
Start up VB Initial Setting Tool and carry out initial settings for the camera
(→ P.2-9).
Check the image on VB-C60 Viewer (→ P.2-12).
VB Initial Setting Tool window
VB-C60 Viewer
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Step1 Software Installation
Installing Software
Install required software from the bundled CD-ROM (→ P.1-6).
Software for initial settings and management
Type
Description
VB Initial Setting Tool
A tool for initial camera settings (→ P.2-9)
Only the administrator needs to install this tool.
Software for managing the camera (→ dOperation Guide, Chapter
2). Only the administrator needs to install this software.
VBAdmin Tools
⇒ Install this software from “VBToolsInstall.exe” in the “VBTools” folder on the Setup CD-ROM.
Recording software
Network Video
Recorder VK-Lite
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Description
Type
Software for displaying and storing video from cameras. It consists
of “Storage Server” and “Viewer” (→ P.1-6).
⇒ Install this software from “VKLiteInstall.exe” in the “VBTools” folder on the Setup CD-ROM.
Note
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To view MPEG-4 video from the camera, you need VK-Lite Viewer. The built-in
VB-C60 Viewer can only display JPEG video.
Built-in Software (no installation required)
Type
VB-C60 Viewer
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Description
Software for displaying video from the camera. VB-C60 Viewer is a
built-in viewer, which doesn’t need to be installed (→ P.1-5).
Step1 Software Installation
At this point, you are required to install VB Initial Setting Tool required for initial settings for
VB-C60.
1. Insert the supplied Setup CD-ROM into your PC and follow the steps below
q Make sure that all other applications are closed. Select “My Computer” from the “Start”
menu bar.
Initial Setting and Installation
w Double-click the displayed CD-ROM icon → VBTools folder → “VBToolsInstall.exe” to start
the installation.
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2. Once the startup screen appears, select the
installation type and start installation
Easy Installation:
Install VB Initial Setting Tool and
VBAdmin Tools.
Custom Installation: Install the selected software.
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3. New icons for the installed software are created on the desktop after the
installation
Installation is now complete.
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Step2 Connection to the Network
Connecting to the Network
In the example described here, one camera is connected to a PC via a HUB. Connect a LAN
cable to VB-C60 to turn the camera on. Note that if you turn on the camera and then leave it for 20
minutes, VB Initial Setting Tool (→ P.2-9) will no longer be able to detect the camera. In such
case, turn the camera off and then on again.
VB-C60 is equipped with PoE (Power over Ethernet). PoE can supply power to the camera via a
LAN cable from an IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE HUB.
Via PoE HUB
(Rear)
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AC power cable
Notebook PC
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PoE HUB
LAN cable
When using an AC adapter (option) or external power supply, connect them as shown below.
Via AC adapter or external power supply
(Rear)
AC power
cable
HUB
Notebook PC
AC adapter
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LAN cable
The figure shows the AC adapter (option).
Step2 Connection to the Network
Note
● Please ask our sales personnel about PoE HUB and Midspan.
● Refer to the manual of PoE HUB or Midspan for how to use it.
● The maximum length of a LAN cable to connect a camera and a PoE HUB is 100 m.
● If you connect a camera to a switching hub and change the connection while the
camera is operating, the connection might be interrupted due to hub’s learning
function. Do not change the connection while the camera is operating.
Initial Setting and Installation
Turning ON/OFF
VB-C60 does not have a power switch. If the power is supplied via a LAN cable using the PoE
function, you can switch on or off by connecting or disconnecting the LAN cable from the PoE
HUB.
Via PoE HUB
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VB-C60
PoE HUB
LAN cable
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When using an AC adapter (option) or external power supply, you can switch on or off by plugging
or unplugging the AC adapter (option) or external power supply.
Via AC adapter or external power supply
VB-C60
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
AC adapter
AC power cable
The figure shows the AC adapter (option).
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Step2 Connection to the Network
External power supply
Screwdriver
Tightening torque:
0.2 N·m (max.)
When using external power supply, use the Power
Connector (→ P.vii) supplied with the camera as shown
Stripping length
on the right.
Supply 12VDC or 24VAC from a power supply
insulated from 100-240VAC supply. You can connect
approx. 4mm - 6mm
(0.16inch - 0.24inch)
12VDC power supply without regard to the polarity.
Power
When using an external power supply, make sure that
Connector
the voltage falls within the ranges below.
(Supplied)
AC24V: Voltage fluctuation within AC24V±10%
(within 50Hz or 60Hz±0.5Hz)
Current supply capability over 1.0A per camera
DC12V: Voltage fluctuation within DC12V±10%
Current supply capability over 1.5A per camera
* If using a DC12V battery power source, make sure to use the DC12V by connecting a resistor
that is between 0.5 and 1.0Ω, and over 20W in series to the power supply line.
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Recommended power supply cables [reference]
Cable (AWG)
Conductor diameter
(ømm)
#24
(0.52mm)
(0.020inch)
12VDC
Max. cable length (m)
Max. cable length (ft)
5
16.4
24VAC
Max. cable length (m)
Max. cable length (ft)
11
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#22
(0.65mm)
(0.026inch)
#20
(0.82mm)
(0.032inch)
#18
(1.03mm)
(0.041inch)
#16
(1.30mm)
(0.051inch)
9
29.5
14
45.9
23
75.4
32
105.0
18
59.0
29
95.1
46
151.0
64
210.0
Use a UL cable (equivalent to UL-1015) for 12VDC or 24VAC.
Note
● The camera head position is automatically initialized when the power is turned ON.
● Do not touch the camera head while its position is being initialized, or the
head position may not be initialized correctly, or other malfunctions may occur.
● After turning off the camera, please wait at least 5 seconds before turning it on
again. Turning the power back on within less than 5 seconds may cause a
malfunction. When connecting and disconnecting the power, always observe the
precautions given in “a Safety Precautions - Notes on PoE HUB” (→ P.xv).
● Read the manual of the PoE HUB for how to power it ON or OFF.
● You can connect an AC adapter (option) to a camera while it is powered using a
PoE HUB. In this case, power is supplied using PoE, and the AC adapter is not
used. When the PoE-supplied power is disconnected, the power supply automatically
switches to the AC adapter.
The network connection is now complete.
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Step3 Initial Setting
Initial Setting
Using VB Initial Setting Tool, specify the network settings for VB-C60.
1. Start up VB Initial Setting Tool
Double-click the “VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0” on the desktop, or select “Start” menu →
“Programs” → “Webview Livescope” → “VB Initial Setting Tool v4.0”.
Initial Setting and Installation
Start up by double-clicking the desktop icon
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2. VB Initial Setting Tool automatically
detects the camera connected to the
network, and displays its MAC
address, IP address, and model name
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Click to select
The factory default IP address is set to
“192.168.100.1”
The MAC address can be found on the bottom
of the camera.
Note that VB Initial Setting Tool cannot be
used across subnets.
Click on the MAC address, and then click
“Initial setting”.
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Step3 Initial Setting
3. Enter user name “root” and factory
default password “VB-C60” (case
sensitive) then enter the IP address
and subnet mask
If you do not want to specify a default gateway
address, untick the “Enter a default gateway
address” box.
After entering those items, click “OK”.
Note
Tip
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If you use VB-C60 on Windows Vista/XP, please read “Windows Vista/XP (→ P.1-10)”
before use. Also, if you enable Windows Firewall on Windows Server 2003 Standard
Edition (SP2), please carefully read the note on the same page.
● The factory default administrator password is “VB-C60”. Be sure to change the
password to ensure security (→ dOperation Guide P.1-7).
● The MAC address is printed on the bottom of the camera (→ P.1-14).
● The factory default IP address is 192.168.100.1. Please change the IP address
that suits the environment in which you use the camera.
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Step3 Initial Setting
4. A setup progress window appears and
your settings will be saved
5. Click “OK”
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Initial Setting and Installation
Note
● Set an appropriate IP address for your system. Contact your network administrator
for advice on setting the IP address, subnet mask and gateway address.
● If you need to set the IP address from the DHCP server, firstly set a temporary
fixed address using VB Initial Setting Tool, and then change the address setting
method to “Auto (DHCP)” in “Network” (→ dOperation Guide P.1-8) in the setting
page.
● If 20 minutes or more pass after the camera is turned on, the camera stops sending
requests for IP address allocation and it cannot detect the IP address using VB
Initial Setting Tool. In this case, turn the camera off then on again.
● To restore the factory default settings, refer to “Restoring the Factory Default
Settings” in the Operation Guide (→ dOperation Guide P.5-14).
Initial setting is now complete.
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Step3 Initial Setting
Viewing Image
After completing the initial setting, check the video image from the camera using VB-C60 Viewer.
At this point, specify the network settings on the PC so that they match the IP address and subnet
mask set on the camera.
1. Click on MAC address you want to
check the connection of and then click
“Settings”
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2. A web browser starts up and the
camera’s top page appears. Click “VB
Viewer” in “VB-C60 Viewer”
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● If you use VB-C60 on Windows Server 2003, please read “Windows Server 2003
(→ P.1-10)” before use.
● When you open the setting page from the Settings button, do not change the HTTP
port number from 80. For information on HTTP port number setting, refer to
Operation Guide P.1-28.
Step3 Initial Setting
3. A viewer starts up and displays the
video image from the camera
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from Setting Page
Initial Setting and Installation
Note
● A user authentication window appears after clicking “Setting Page” or “Admin Viewer”
in camera’s top page.
The factory default user name and password are as follows:
User name: root
Password: VB-C60
from Admin Viewer
● For security reasons, you should change the administrator password (→
dOperation Guide P.1-7).
● You need to install VK Viewer (→ P.1-6) to view both JPEG and MPEG-4 video.
● In the factory default settings, no restrictions apply to the distribution destination
for video images. When you use a camera for surveillance purpose, you should
always specify the destination in “Access Control” in the setting page (→
dOperation Guide P.1-35).
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● Refer to the Operation Guide for information on how to use the VB-C60 Viewer.
● Various settings are available in “setting page” (→ dOperation Guide P.1-4).
Viewing image is now complete.
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Step4 Camera Installation
Before Installation
Be sure to set the IP address (→ P.2-10) before installing the camera.
Note
● If 20 minutes or more pass after the camera is turned on, the camera stops sending
requests for IP address allocation and it cannot detect the IP address using VB
Initial Setting Tool. Therefore, specify the IP address and confirm the camera
operation before setting up the camera as directed in “Initial Setting” (→ P.2-9).
● The MAC address is printed on the bottom of the camera (→ P.1-14). Please make
a note before installing the camera.
● When holding a camera, hold it with the head arm but not the camera head.
● The camera should not be installed in locations subject to direct sunlight, high
temperatures, high humidity, or other adverse conditions (→ P.xiii).
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Setting at Upright Position
Note
The video image position of VB-C60 is set on the assumption that the camera is
mounted on the ceiling. To invert the video image, change the “Mount” setting in
“Camera” in the setting page (→ dOperation Guide P.1-17).
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Placing at a Flat Location
Attach Rubber Feet to the camera.
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Place the camera on a flat and stable place.
Step4 Camera Installation
Using a Tripod
The screw hole for tripod mounting is on the bottom of the camera.
Note
30mm
(1.18inch)
or wider
5.5mm
(0.22inch)
or shorter
Tripod
mounting
screw
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Ceiling-Mounting with Ceiling Mount Cover SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB (Option)
Follow the steps below to mount a camera on the ceiling. Install the camera securely.
Carefully read and observe the precautions in “Before Installation” ( → P.2-14).
Note
a WARNING:
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Initial Setting and Installation
Always use a tripod mounting screw that is less
than 5.5 mm (0.22 in.) in length. The use of screws
5.5 mm (0.22 in.) long or longer could damage
the camera. Also, the tripod seat used should be
at least 30 mm (1.18 in.) in diameter.
Please contact the dealer where you purchased the camera, for installation
and checkups.
● The place or ceiling, to which a camera is installed, should be strong enough to
bear the weight of the camera plus its optional products, including Ceiling Mount
Cover and Indoor Dome Housing. Be sure to reinforce the ceiling as needed.
● Please be sure to regularly check for rust on screws and brackets and for screw
loose, to avoid injuries or damages to the camera caused by camera falling.
● It is not recommended to install the camera to places with heavy vibration. It may
cause mechanical problems.
● When wiring cables, pay much attention not to damage the indoor wiring or piping.
Side View of mounting
Safety Wire
Roof space
Fix to an anchor
or structure
LAN cable
Ceiling board
Ceiling Bracket
VB-C60
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Step4 Camera Installation
1. Screw the Ceiling Bracket to a camera with supplied four screws
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2. Determine the mounting position using supplied Template
Determine and mark the mounting screw and cable hole positions using a pencil, with
considering the camera direction.
Direction the camera is facing
Distance between screws: 157mm (6.18inch)
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Screw holes for M4.0 screws
3. Drill two mounting screw holes and one cable hole in the ceiling
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When using an AC adapter (option), be sure to drill a cable hole to be large enough
for a ferrite core of the cable.
Step4 Camera Installation
4. Fix the Safety Wire
Secure the Safety Wire to an anchor or the structure, and then fix the wire to the camera using
a supplied screw.
Note
If the cable hole cannot be drilled because the ceiling is concrete etc, secure the wire
to an appropriate position.
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5. Mount the camera on the ceiling
6. Connect the camera with a LAN cable through the cable hole
When using the AC adapter (option) or external power supply, connect the
power cable to the camera
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Connect the cables to external device I/O terminal or audio I/O terminal as required.
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Step4 Camera Installation
7. Attach Ceiling Mount Cover to the camera
Align the (o) mark on the cover with the (|) mark on the back of the camera, and then rotate the
cover clockwise to the (|) mark.
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Make sure that the Ceiling Mount Cover is attached securely.
Note
Tip
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If the cables cannot be fit in the roof space, because the ceiling is concrete for example,
or they cannot be in the Ceiling Mount Cover, cut the notch of the Ceiling Mount
Cover with a plier to provide a notch to pass the cables through. In this case, attach
the Ceiling Mount Cover first, then connect the cables.
8. After the installation, reboot the camera to initialize the camera position (→
dOperation Guide P.1-44).
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Installation is now complete.
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Step4 Camera Installation
Ceiling-Mounting with Dome Housing VB-RD51S-C/S (Option)
Follow the steps below to mount the camera on the ceiling with Indoor Dome Housing (option).
See the outer view of the dome (→ P.3-2) to determine the mounting position and direction.
Note
● Carefully read and observe the precautions in “Before Installation” (→ P.2-14).
● It is strongly recommended to use VB-C60B when using a dome housing.
Initial Setting and Installation
a WARNING:
Please contact the dealer where you purchased the camera, for installation
and checkups.
● The place or ceiling, to which a camera is installed, should be strong enough to
bear the weight of the camera plus its optional products, including Ceiling Mount
Cover and Indoor Dome Housing. Be sure to reinforce the ceiling as needed.
● Please be sure to regularly check for rust on screws and brackets and for screw
loose, to avoid injuries or damages to the camera caused by camera falling.
● It is not recommended to install the camera to places with heavy vibration. It may
cause mechanical problems.
● When wiring cables, pay much attention not to damage the indoor wiring or piping.
Side View of mounting
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Roof space
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Safety Wire
Fix to an anchor
or structure
In-Ceiling Bracket
LAN cable
Backside Ceiling Bracket
Ceiling board
Dome
VB-C60
1. Screw to the In-Ceiling Bracket with four screws
Use the screws supplied with the dome housing.
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Step4 Camera Installation
2. Determine the mounting position
Determine and mark the hole positions for Backside Ceiling Bracket and In-Ceiling Bracket
using the template for dome, with considering the camera direction.
Dome Template
Backside Ceiling Bracket
Direction the camera is facing
ø7.0mm
Height
10.0mm
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3. Drill three mounting holes for Backside Ceiling Bracket and a hole for the
In-Ceiling Bracket on the ceiling
Note
After drilling the holes, clean the mounting position so that drilled refuse does not
enter the inside of the dome.
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4. Fix Backside Ceiling Bracket on the back side of the ceiling
Tip
It is recommended to temporarily fix the bracket with a two-sided tape to the ceiling,
so that it may not get loose when the dome is mounted on the ceiling.
Insert the convey parts on the Backside Ceiling Bracket into the holes drilled in step 3.
5. Tighten the screws half way
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Step4 Camera Installation
6. Fix the safety wire
Secure the Safety Wire to an anchor or the structure, and then fix the wire to the camera using
a supplied screw.
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7. Connect the camera with a LAN cable through the cable hole
When using the AC adapter (option) or external power supply, connect the
power cable to the camera
Connect the cables to external device I/O terminal or audio I/O terminal as required.
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8. Fix the In-Ceiling Bracket to the ceiling
Fit the screw holes of the In-Ceiling Bracket to the screws temporary fixed in step 5, turn the
bracket clockwise, and then fully tighten the screws to lock.
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Step4 Camera Installation
9. Mount the dome
Align the (o) mark on the dome with the (|) mark on the In-Ceiling Bracket, and then rotate the
dome clockwise to the (|) mark so that the screw hole for mounting is in the correct position.
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10. Fix the dome with a screw to prevent the dome from rotating
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11. After mounting the dome, reboot the camera to initialize the camera position
(→ dOperation Guide P.1-44).
Tip
If the LED is turned on, the light may be reflected by the dome and captured by the
camera. In this case, change the LED setting to “Turn Off” (→dOperation Guide
P.1-17).
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This appendix lists the dimensions, specifications, external
device I/O terminals and audio I/O terminals.
Dimensions
VB-C60/VB-C60B
105mm (4.13inch)
149mm (5.87inch)*
54mm (2.13inch)
142mm (5.59inch)
71mm (2.80inch)
142mm (5.60inch)
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Ceiling Mount Cover SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB (Option)
196mm (7.72inch)
143mm (5.63inch)
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196mm (7.72inch)
41mm
(1.61inch)
143mm (5.63inch)
Indoor Dome Housing VB-RD51S-C/S (Option)
210mm (8.27inch)
210mm (8.27inch)
133mm (5.24inch)
96mm (3.78inch)
82mm (3.23inch)
154mm (6.06inch)
(circumscribed diameter)
133mm (5.24inch)
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Specifications
VB-C60 / VB-C60B
Image Sensor
No. of Pixels
Scanning Method
Lens
Focal Length
F-number
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1/4-inch CCD (primary color filter)
effective 310,000
Progressive
40x optical zoom lens with AF (digital 4x)
f=3.4 ~ 136.0mm
F1.6 (W) ~ F5.6 (T)
Horizontal field of view : 55.8° (W) ~ 1.5 (T)
Viewing Angle
Vertical field of view : 43.3° (W) ~ 1.1 (T)
Day / Night switching
Mechanical insertion/removal of IR cut filter: Auto / Manual
Normal use
Day mode : 0.7lux (F1.6, color, 1/30 sec.)
Night mode: 0.2lux (F1.6, monochrome, 1/30 sec.)
Min. Subject Illumination
with Indoor dome housing VB-RD51S-S (smoked)
Day mode : 1.4lux (F1.6, color, 1/30 sec.)
Night mode: 0.4lux (F1.6, monochrome, 1/30 sec.)
Camera
Focusing
Auto / One-shot AF / Manual / Fixed focus at infinity (for dome use)
Day mode : (W) 0.3m ~ ∞ / (T) 1.5m ~ ∞
Focusing Range
Night mode : (W) 0.5m ~ ∞ / (T) 1.8m ~ ∞
(with IR light in Night mode: (W) 0.5m ~ ∞ / (T) 1.8m ~ ∞)
Shutter Speed
1/1 ~ 1/8000 sec.
White Balance
Auto / One-shot / Preset / Manual
Exposure Metering Modes
3 options (Center-weighted / Average / Spot)
Exposure Compensation
7 levels
7 levels (Function to increase the brightness of shaded subjects in a
Smart Shade Control
highly contrasted image)
Image Stabilizer
Available (electric)
Pan Angle Range
340° (±170°)
Tilt Angle Range
Upright: 115° (-25° ~ 90°) Ceiling-mounted: 115° (-90° ~ 25°)
Moving Rate
Pan: Max.150°/sec. Tilt: Max. 150°/sec.
JPEG (JPEG for video) / MPEG-4
Video Compression Method
Simultaneous distribution is available.
JPEG : 640×480 / 320×240 / 160×120
(Multi-Size Distribution: distribute images in 3 sizes
Video Size
simultaneously)
MPEG-4 : 640×480 / 320×240 (1 size only)
Video Quality
JPEG / MPEG-4: 5 levels (can be set by each video size in JPEG)
JPEG : 30 ~ 0.1fps
Available Frame Rate
MPEG-4: 30 / 15 / 10 fps
JPEG : Max. 30fps (640×480) *1
Max. Frame Rate
MPEG-4: Max. 30fps (640×480) *1
Simultaneous Client Access
Max. 30 (MPEG-4: Max. 10)
Audio Compression Method
G.711 µ-law (64kbps)
Audio Communication Mode
Full duplex (two-way)
Available (Audio files can be played when an motion detection event or
Audio Play
an external device input event occurs.) *2
IPv4: TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, SNMP (MIB2), SMTP (client),
Server
DHCP (client), DNS (client), ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP,
SMTP authentication, WV-HTTP (Canon only)
Protocol
IPv6: TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, SNMP (MIB2), SMTP (client),
DNS (client), ICMPv6, POP3, NDP, NTP,
SMTP authentication, WV-HTTP (Canon only)
IPsec
Available
3 user levels available (Administrator / Authorized users / Guest users)
Camera Control
Max. 50 user names and passwords can be registered.
Preset
Max. 20 positions
Available (Function for limiting the viewing range (right-to-left, up-andView Restriction
down, zoom))
Access control (user name & password) / IP address restriction (IPv4) /
Connection Restrictions
Restriction on the number of simultaneous client access
Motion Detection
Available (up to 4 detection areas can be set in a shooting window)
FTP / HTTP / SMTP (e-mail)
JPEG Image Upload
Camera’s buffer memory: Max. approx. 4MB Frame Rate: Max. 10fps
Event Notification
HTTP / SMTP (e-mail)
The frame rate might decrease depending on viewer PC’s performance, the number of simultaneous client access, the
amount of network traffic and other conditions.
A separately sold speaker with amplifier is necessary for playing audio.
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Specifications
VB-C60 / VB-C60B
LAN × 1 (RJ45, 100Base-TX (Auto / Full duplex / Half-duplex))
ϕ3.5 monaural mini-jack connecter (LINE IN and MIC IN can be
switched in the setting page.)
LINE IN × 1 (for amplifier microphone) or MIC IN × 1 (for microphone
w/o amplifier)
ϕ3.5 monaural mini-jack connecter
LINE OUT × 1 (for amplifier speaker)
Input × 2 Output × 2
Temperature: -10 ~ 50° / Humidity: 20 ~ 85%RH (no condensing)
PoE
: PoE power supply via LAN connector
(IEEE802.af compliant)
AC Adapter
: optional PA-V17 (100VAC)
External Power Supply : 24VAC / 12VDC (using a supplied power
connecter *non-polar)
with PoE
: Max. approx.9W
with optional AC Adapter PA-V17 : Max. approx.13W
142 × 142 × 149 mm (5.59 x 5.59 x 5.87 inch) (W x D x H)
(Main unit only. excluding rubber feet)
approx. 840g (approx. 1.852 lb)
Network Terminal
Interface
Audio Input Terminal
(LINE IN / MIC IN)
Audio Output Terminal
(LINE OUT)
External Device I/O Terminal
Operating Environment
Power Supply
Others
Power Consumption
Dimensions
Weight
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AC Adapter (Option)
Model
Input
PA-V17
100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
13VDC 1.8A (Max.), Temperature: -10°C to 35°C / Humidity: 20 to 85%RH (no condensing)
When using a network camera
13VDC 1.0A (Max.), Temperature: -10°C to 45°C / Humidity: 20 to 85%RH (no condensing)
Black (-) / White (+)
58 x 118 x 25 mm (2.28 x 4.65 x 0.98 inch) (W x D x H) (excluding projections)
Approx. 215g (Approx. 0.474 lb) (excluding cables)
Output
Polarity
Dimensions
Weight
Indoor Dome Housing (Option)
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Model
Type
Use Environment (with camera)
Dimensions
Weight
VB-RD41S-C/S
Clear / Smoked
Temperature: -10 to 50°C / Humidity: 20 to 85% RH (no condensing)
ø 210 (ø 133 mm: dome) x 96 mm (H) * including In-Ceiling Bracket: 178 mm (H)
ø 8.27 (ø 5.24 inch: dome) x 3.78 inch (H) * including In-Ceiling Bracket: 701 inch (H)
Approx. 522g (Approx. 1.151 lb)
Ceiling Mount Cover (Option)
Model
Type
Use Environment (with camera)
Dimensions
Weight
SS60-S-VB/SS60-B-VB
Silver / Black
Temperature: -10 to 50°C / Humidity: 20 to 85% RH (no condensing)
ø 196 x 41 mm (H)
ø 7.72 x 1.61 inch (H)
Approx. 271g (Approx. 0.598 lb)
● These specifications are subject to change without notice due to product improvements, etc.
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Built-In Terminal
External Device I/O and Audio I/O are available on the rear of the camera.
External device
output terminals
Audio input terminal
Audio output terminal
External device input
terminals
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External Device I/O Terminal
VB-C60 has two input and two output terminals for external devices.
VB-C60 Viewer and VK-Lite Viewer allow you to check the status of external device input and to
control external device output (→ dOperation Guide P.3-22).
External Device Input Terminals (IN1, IN2)
The external device input terminal consists of two pairs of terminals (IN1 and IN2). The “-” terminal
is connected to GND in the camera. When two cables are connected to the “+” and “-” terminals,
the electrical status of the connection between the terminals (whether or not current flows between
them) notifies the viewer of the event.
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Sensors and switches connected to the terminals should be electrically separated
from each power supply and GND.
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Built-In Terminal
External Device Output Terminals (OUT1, OUT2)
The external device output terminal consists of two pairs of output terminals (OUT1, OUT2), which
are nonpolar. The Viewer switches the 2 output terminals to disconnected or connected condition.
The output terminals use photo couplers and are separate from the internal circuit in the VB-C60.
A load to the output terminals should be within the following rated range:
Rating across the output terminals: Max. 50VDC
Continuous load current: 100mA or less
Internal Connection Chart
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+3.3V
Internal controller
10k Ω
Tip
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10k Ω
0.1µ F
10k Ω
+
Input terminal
IN1, IN2
External
device
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External
device
Output terminal
OUT1, OUT2
The wire appropriate for external device cable is as follows.
Single wire AWG : # 28 - # 22
Conductor diameter: ø 0.32 - 0.65 mm (0.013 - 0.026 in)
Strip the cables back roughly 8 or 9 mm (0.315 - 0.354 in).
Built-In Terminal
Audio I/O Terminal
You can send and receive audio via a viewer, by connecting a microphone and a speaker with
amplifier to the camera. ø3.5 monaural mini-jack connector is used.
Audio Input Terminal (LINE IN and MIC IN)
Appendix
An audio input terminal is to connect a microphone to VB-C60. Two types of microphones, LINE
IN and MIC IN, are available for VB-C60 audio input. Since the available audio input terminal is
only one, you need to switch the input mode in the setting page depending on the microphone to
be used (→ dOperation Guide P.1-27). The factory default setting is Line IN.
LINE IN allows connecting with a microphone with amplifier.
MIC IN allows connecting with a dynamic microphone or a condenser microphone.
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Input terminal: ø 3.5 mm monaural mini-jack
- Dynamic microphone / IN
Input impedance: 1.75kΩ ±20%
* Available microphone
Output impedance: 400Ω ~ 600Ω
- Condenser microphone / IN
Input impedance (mic bias): 2.2kΩ ±20%
Power: Plug-In power (voltage: 1.8V)
* Available microphone
Plug-in power type condenser microphone
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- LINE IN
Input level: Max. 1 V p-p
* A microphone with amplifier is required.
Audio Output Terminal (LINE OUT)
An audio output terminal is to connect a speaker with amplifier to VB-C60. You can send audio
from VK-Lite Viewer to the speaker. Only the administrator can use this function.
- Output level: Max. 1V p-p
* A speaker with amplifier is required.
Note
● Switch between LINE IN and MIC IN in the setting page according to the type of
microphone (→dOperation Guide P.1-27). Be sure to set properly, otherwise the
camera or the microphone may be broken.
● The volume and tone may vary depending on the properties of the microphone.
● Use VK-Lite Viewer to send audio to the speaker. You cannot send audio from
VB-C60 Viewer (→ P.1-8).
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